Saab was dealt a serious blow on Thursday as the Norwegian government announced its decision to purchase US-made Joint Strike Fighter/F-35 planes rather than Sweden's JAS Gripen.
The editorial staff of a Swedish magazine for gay men recently raised eyebrows—literally—when they took the unusual step of going under the knife for an article about cosmetic surgery.
The Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) has added a new feature to its website that allows people to determine whether or not they qualify for Swedish citizenship.
The government said on Thursday it is open to altering Sweden’s new bank lending guarantees in order to get more of the country's biggest banks to participate.
What's on in Sweden: November 21st – 27th. International Film Festival & Mali Bluesman in Stockholm; the search for Lucia & Lambchop in Gothenburg; Jose Carrerras in Malmö
Johan Heltne, MGMT and Miriam Aida: Just some of the goodies on offer in Sweden’s three largest cities this weekend.
A Swedish nurse has been reported to the authorities after telling a room full of people that one of the guests at his party "had the smallest penis he had ever seen".
A Swedish court of appeal has reversed a lower court decision and ruled that a 51-year-old father from Rödeby in southern Sweden is guilty of manslaughter and serious assault related to the shooting of two teenage boys in October 2007.
Sweden has deep historic ties with the United states, writes Olle Wästberg, director-general of the Swedish Institute. And even though some Americans mistakenly associate Sweden with the cuckoo clock, the relationship remains largely one of mutual understanding and respect.
Sweden has joined with Denmark, Finland, and Norway to provide a joint loan to troubled Iceland worth $2.5 billion to help the troubled Nordic country cope with its acute economic crisis.
The Sandvik engineering group announced on Thursday it would be laying off more than 1,000 employees in Sweden.